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Hormones of the Endocrine system chap 11

Anterior Pituitary - Thyroid-stimulating (TSH) non-steroid tropic stimulates the thyroid to release its hormones
Anterior Pituitary - Adrenocorticotropic (ACTH) non-steroid tropic stimulates adrenal cortex to release its hormone
Anterior Pituitary - Follicle-stimulating (FSH) non-steroid tropic stimulates eggs to mature and production of sperm
Anterior Pituitary - Luteinizing (LH) non-steroid tropic makes ovulation occur, produces testosterone
Anterior Pituitary - Growth hormone (GH) increase anabolism, promotes growth and increases blood glucose.
Anterior Pituitary - Prolactin develops breast for milk lactaction and production, stimulates milk let down.
Posterior Pituitary - Antidiuretic hormone (ADH) decrease urine production and increase water reabsorption
Posterior Pituitary - Oxytocin (OT) stimulates labor and release of milk
Hypothalamus - ADH/Oxytocin produces the hormones for the posterior pituitary
Hypothalamus - Releasing hormone and Inhibiting hormone communicates tp anterior pituitary and encourages release or inhibits hormones
Thyroid Gland only gland that stores its own hormone- Triiodothyronine T3 stimulates cellular meatabolism
Thyroid Gland only gland that stores its own hormone- Thyroxine T4 stimulate cellular meatabolism
Thyroid Gland only gland that stores its own hormone- Calcitonin decrease blood calcium by stopping bone breakdown
Parathyroid Gland - Parathyroid hormone (PTH) increase blood calcium by increasing bone breakdown
Adrenal Glands - Mineralocorticoids or MC Aldosterone decrease urine, increase water retention, increase sodium,decrease potassium
Adrenal Glands - Glucocorticoids Cortisol increase blood glucose maintain normal BP Anti-inflammatory effect Anti-immunity/antiallergy
Adrenal Glands - Androgens stimulates female sex drive but does nothing in men
Adrenal Medulla - Epinephrine (Epi) and Norepinephrine (NR) responsible for the "flight or Fight" response to danger
Pancreatic Islets - Glucagon increase blood glucose and produced by the Alpha cells
Pancreatic Islets - Insulin decrease blood sugar and comes from the Beta cells
Ovary - estrogen Develops the female body iniates the menstrual cycle
Ovary-Progesterone Promotes condition for pregnancy
Testes-Testosterone Responsible for the male body-voice change-beard growth and maturation of the external genitals
Thymus- Thymosin Promotes the development of the immune system and function...located in mediastinum
Placenta - Chorionic gonadotropins Promotes pregnancy conditions puts out estrogen and progesterone
Pineal Gland - Melatonin Biological clock...responsible for the trigger of puberty in females...sleep cycle...internal clock
Stomach - Ghrelin Boosts appetite... slows metabolism ...reduces fat burning
Heart - Atrial natriuretic (ANH) Regulator of fluid and electrolytes .. too much fluids you pee out
Fat storing cells - Leptin Regulates hunger and fat metabolized
Created by: ShannaMegan